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HROWING OUT hand-bills is an apt illus
tration of the hit or miss" of advertising Yon hti a
great many people and miss their patronage Profitable
A TIP-TRY THE APPEAL.
The City of Magnificent Distances
With the Light Turned On.
4n Capitol City With Its Multitude ot
Important Mattery Colled for
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No. 517 TKJJTH STRKBT,',
A very pretty wedding took place
WednBdav evening Octr 21, at the resi*
dence of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Hilyer.
The contracting parties were Miss Willie
Nichols, sister of Mro. Hilyer, and Rev.
llobt. S. Williams, formerly pat-tor of
Israel A. M. E church, but now pastor
of one of the largest churches in the A,
M. E. connection at Columbia, S. C,
where he is serving his fourth year, the
maximum limit Mr. Williams is re
garded by hi8 friend as one of the bright
est young men of his race. The house
had been cleared of pupeitf nous furni
ture to make room for the guests and
tastefully decorated with hanging vines,
golden rod and flowers by Mr. Davidson
of Howard University. Tne wedding
party was headed by the usher-, Prof.
3e Wm. Cook, Meters. Willis Madden,
AV. B. Dulaney and Calms Leftwieh, who
cleared an aisle thre ugh the expectant
throng of friends and stretched ribbons
to keep it open. Tne bride was taste
fully attired in white 'India silk with
train and veil. Miss Anna Costin the
maid of honor in white silk stood on the
bride's left by Mr James Williams, best
man. The ceremonv was pprfarmed by
B'shop Lane while Mr John Cook played
the weddii march softly. The pn sents
were unusually numerous as the parties
are very popular, and were as varied as
human tastes. The refreshments which
lacked in nothing were served by Low
ery a Colored man in the ice cream busi
ness who makes no discrimination in
the treatment of his patrons, another
evidence that Colored men in business
can serve us satisfactorily if they are
properly encouraged. Mr and Mrs.
"Williams left the same evening for
Columbia where Mr. Williams' church
had prepared to welcome himsell and
bride at a magnificent reception.
A large number of men were working
on the rockpile last week.
Doctor Rutherford reappeared in our
city last week with a troupe of tactors.
Mr. Henry Johnson is visiting his
mother, Mis. Hughe9. He looks hale
THE APPEAL i** the paper, and our peo
ple are realizing the fact. Buy a copj
from Cahsthenese Bulger.
Mr. Peter Bea'ey lost one of bis
horses again. The animal slipped and
fell into a hollow and was killed.
Mr. David Summers is highly pleaded
over his visit and sa}8 he did just what
was expected. How does that sound
Services every Sunday morning at 11
o'clock an I avening at 6:30 at Baptiet
church, Rev. I. W. Simth pastor. Sun
day School at 2.30 Charles Madison
Supt Ella Hamilton, Secretary.
There will be a delightful party given
by Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Anderson on
Nov. 7th, 1891 It being his bit tbday
Over one hundred an fifty invitations
Are out. It will be a full dress party,
Prof. Anderson is principal of the Col
The A. M. E protracted effort is grow
ing very spirited
Mrs. Burnett of West Superior leaves
for home Tuedav.
Presiding E der Simons preached a
logical sermon Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs May of Charleston were
over to the quarterly Sunday
Mr. Bishop Simms of Terre Haute was
the guest at Mr. Jacob A* Anderson's
The Federal Government has the dumb
chills and judicial paralysis as regards
tbe rights of Colored Citizenship in the
Mr. Madison Parker has been quite ill
for the last week.
Frankie Rdid has returned from a vis
it to hei* sisters at Marshall, Mo.
Miss Jessie A. Whyte is preparing to
take lessons on the piano and will par
chase a handsome instrument
Mr Adam Davis, who has been so
journing in Galesburg. 111., is at home
with bis family and host of friends for a
If the Colored citizens of Kirkwood,
would learn to help each other along, be
kind and respectful to each other and
keep out of thecourls, prosperity would
come to them.
Mr. Daniel Plauty, who has served aB
Superintendent of Mt. Zion Sunday
School for nineteen rears, died on tbe
18th inst. H's funeral was very largely
attended. His last words were, "Meet
me in Glorv."
On last Tuesday evening, Miss Ellen
Page gave a delightful reception at her
residence on Government avenue. Con
versation and parlor games filled the
time until supper was announced. The
supper was delightful and enjoyed by
all. There were present: "Mr. arid Mrs.
A. Goine* Mrl and Mrs. & Carter, Mrs.
Jane Lapione, Masses Frances Gtleason
and Annie Page Messrs. A. F. Smith,
%n. Smith, Theo. Austin, H. Suther-
land, A. Wilson, Jas. Peterson, C. Nich
ols, J. E Johnson.
The union meetings of "State Street,"
"Little Zion" and "Hope Chapel," which
have been held during the past three
weeks, have been spiritual and financial
successes. Tbe first was held at Ptate
Street, Rev. Gaines of Little Zion preach
ing. There were 396 communicants and
$31 was collected. The second held at
Little Zion, Rev. Stark of Hope Chapel
preached, 315 received sacrament and
$34 was collected. The third was held
at Hope Chapel, Dr. Sherman of State
Street preached, 220 partook of the
Lord's Supper and $20 85 w*as raised.
1 here was a grand rally at State street
church on the 18th and the amount
raised was $77.90.
roots and Fanoies Found in the Beautl
ftd Falls City.
4 Record of the Happenings Among the
Colored Residents or the Metrop
olis ef KentuckyLouisville
Miss Sallie E. Taylor is convalescing.
Secure THE APPEAL at 1422 W. Walnut
Bishop W. H. Miles is improving
R^v. E T. Anderson of Virginia is in
Mrs. C. Paris has returned from a
visit to Glasgow, Ky.
There are only twenty-one murderers
lying in the couaty jail.
Mr. W. A. Gaines of Covington, Ky.,
was in the city last week.
Notify agent 14 2 W. Walnut when
you change your residence.
Get a cony of THB APPEAL from W, G.
Morris 1422 W. Walnut street.
Mr. James McWborter has been ill for
several days but is slowly improving.
Miss Alice Alice Weathers and Mr W
H. Smith were married in Jeffersonville
on the 19th.
Rev. M. Allen of Sheibyville, Ky.,
spent a few days in the city this week
The Consolidated Grocery Co., com
posed of 100 members made an assign
ment a few days ago.
Thomas Bapchus, alias Williams, is not
the colli or for THE APPEAL in Louis
ville and New Albany.
Rev. E. T. Anderson lectured at Quinn
Chapel church on last Mon lay night to
an intelligent audience.
Grand Chancellor E. S. Williams
of P. is in the city and will visit Damon
Lodge No. 3, on Nov 3
Mr?. Lydia Williams in company with
Miss L. Washington wat in the city last
week the guests of Mr. and Mrs J. S.
A grand rally wil be held at Asbury
Chapel on Sunday afternoon Nov. 1, for
the purpose of raising money to assist in
rebuilding the 12th Street A. M. E.
Mr. D. D. Hunter will make the race
for State Grand officers of the K. of P.,
and thee is little donbt his failing as
he is thoroughly qualified and much
liked by all.
St. James A. M. E. Church.
Every true christian will trust God
during the storm as well as during the
calm nothing can move them, and
thai'k the Lord there are some true
christians in every church, and then
there are some "running" christians aleo,
mav the good Lord make us all "stead
fast and immoveable." There is manv a
man who makes no profession of relig
ion, but whose example is worthy of
many professors of religion to follow.
All who come to St. James church to
morrow will see this thoroughly veriBed.
Many will come forward to-morrow and
give a dollar, and some more and some
less, towards piying the interest on the
bonded debt of St Jumes chart h
Nothing less than $105 15 must be raised
and 'the true christians are praying and
have been praying for some time for the
good Lord to prosper us on this day, the
Lord will prosper that man who puts
his trust in him. Tomorrow will be an
excellent opportunity to see and judge
who are the friends of St James church.
Let every member and friend come to
church tomorrowlet all foolishness
be put aside, and all who love the Lord
be seen at tht-ir church on time torn rrow
morning as there will be preaching at
11, and the text will be taken from
Jeremiah, 7 17, "Seest thou not what
they do in tbe street*-?" In the after
noon there will be a "Song Service" by
the Sunday School, at which time Mr.
Christy of Indianapolis. Ind will read a
paper on Sundav School work. In ihe
t-vening there will be a special sermon
preached to the yonnj? men by request,
and the text will be taken from Proverbs
20, 29, "The glory of young men is their
strength." Let every christian spend
three minutes in sect et prayer before
coming to the house of the Lord to
morrow. "God 'wants no cowards in liIB
band who will their tneir colors fly,"
but He is calling every day for radient
ltearted men who are not afraid to die.
All who read this are requested to at
tend your church tomorrow with prayer
ful hearts Tomorrow-js the grand rally
day for St James cburchk and never in
history of the church has there been
such a day looked forward to as tomor
row. Everybody is made welcome.
What will keep you away dear reader?
Social Mattery Gleanings of New?
Condensed Into Small Space.
"or th. B*n.flt of our Thousand* of Read-
*4H tiortm or Hew* Item* from
the City by the Big Brld
The Future Great.
F. Pitts is again on the sick
Miss Augustus Dyson has been quite
ill but is much better now.
Mr. Jas. H. Harrison will pay a short
visit to Louisville, Ky., next week.
Owing to the illness of his wife Dr.
Shaffer has not as yet been able to move
to St. Louis.
The repiiring of AH Saints-Church has
been completed and the church has a
very beautiful appearance inside.
Mrs. W. H. Kirkpatrick has returned
to ner home in Sherman, Texas, after
having(spent a few weeks in our city.
Lefrve orders for THB APPEAL with J.
H" Haarison, St. Louis manager 2625
Wednesday night Nov 4, will be con
secration meeting of the St. Paul's
Charel Y. P. S. C. E. All are cordially
The Brotherhood of St Andrew met
Scott is enjoying a short
All Saints Chureh last Sunday. The at
tendance was very large both morning
Miss Willie Tate has departed for
Kansas City, Kan. Prior to her depar
ture a social was given her at the resi
dence of Mrs. Hopkins.
Services will be held at the Orphans
Home every Sunday. The ministers
from all the different churches wil par
ticipate, each having a separate day
As the basement of St. Paul Chapel is
too small they will serve thanksgiving Rjv.
visiting her brother
Mr. F. F. Scott of 2807 Wash street, was
given a reception last Thursday night by
Mr. and Mrs. F. Scott. Abou fifty
of the my friends she had gained dur
ing her short s^ay here were present on
the occasion Full dress rules were
strictly adhered to and dancing was the
chief feature of the evening An elegant
spread was greatly enjoyed by all pres
ent. At 2 a. m. 2607 was very quiet.
They had all departed.
Mrs. Lizzie Alexander is on the Bick
Get a copy of THB APPKAL from L. Y.
Bishop G. W. Dunjee is yet confined
to his room.
Mr. J. W. Moore is the only Colored
mail carrier of this city.
Rev. Wm. H. Leavell of Trenton, Ky.,
was in the city on the 19th inst.
Wedding bells will soon ring for Miss
Stella Hooks and Mr. H. Davis.
Mrs. Nannie Fowler has returned from
Metroplis where she has been visiting.
Mrs. Montana Turner after a loo ill
nees died on the 21st inst. She lived
and died a christian.
Mr. John Buford of Milwaukee, Wis..
SAIN^^L AND MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.. SATUBDAY. OCTOBEB 31, 1891.
made a brief visit to bis sister Mrs.
Amanda Phillips on the 15th inst.
Rev. P. H. Kennedy of Henderson,
Ky., preached an interesting sermon
Sunday night at Washington Street Bap
Rev. A. Jackson formerly of this city
now of Louisville, Ky*., preached an in
teresting FermOn to a large congregation
at A. M. E. church on the 25th inst.
There is prospects of a Colored paoer
being established here by the leading
Colored pedtole of this place, ft is some
thing which is needed here. Revs. L.
Hamilton and Harris managers.
There was a grand rally last Friday
and Saturday night at Odd Fellows'
Hall, for the 8%v,enh Street Baptis^
church. Miss Emma West received a
handsome gold watch as a prize.
Doings of the Week Among tha Afro*
Americans of the Queen City.
Haps and Mishaps and Items la
Collected and Compiled by our 1
porter for the Delectation of
Mrs. Ada Woods has at last been gran
ted a divorce from T. Woods, the
Mr. T. McKee has opened a fine lunch
Miss Melanie Macklin, St. Louis, Mo.
room at 212 Seventh St. where he in
vites all those who wish a first class meal
to drop in.
The Jennie Jackson Dehart Jubi'ee
Singers gave an entertainment at Madi
sonville last Tuesday evening for the
benefit of the Presbyterian church
We are sorry to notice the great dis
satisfacton of the majority of the mem
I bers of the First Baptist church Wnlout
I Hills manifested toward their pastor,
dinner at Turner Hall If you want a I There was not as much enthusiasm
good meal on Thanksgiving day they will manifested by the" Colored clubs as
Serve yOU a8 of yore. ought to have been on last 8aurda
If the principals of the different gram- night at the great Republican meeting at
mar schools continue Bending pupile to Music Hall,
the Sumner High as they have for the
last two months Sumner will not be
large enough to hold them. i
Mrs. W. H. Kirkpatrick of Sherman,
Texas, who hasbuen
Mrs. Sephie White of Harriman is vis
iting Athens, Tenn.
Miss Maude Grav of Los Angeles, Cal.
is vibitingin the East.
Miss Florence Baker of Topeka, Kan.,
is the guest of Mrs. Wheele at Law
Miss Annie Smith of Columbia, S. C.,
who has been visiting in Charlotte, N C.
has returned to her home.
Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Mrs. Fannie Mason left the city on
Mrs Easter Miller is seriously ill with
Miss Annie Brown left for St, Louis a
few days ago.
John and Dry spent Some of their
good fair week money last Sunday for
Master Sidney Rowan of Beach Ridge,
111., was in the city visiting his parents
one day last week.
Mrs. Amanda Brown has been on tbe
sick list for several days. We are glad
to see her ont again.
M. A. Scott closed bis resturant last
Friday evening. Stand closed until the
first of December, then his new room
will be ready.
Wiuie Washington struck a work hand
on a boat with a dray pin for a slight re
mark. Tfaa unknown man is not ex
pected to li?. Willie wasplaced in jail, is keen. It is told of an East Tennessee
THE CITY OF ROSES.
A Pot pouriof the Social News Gather
ings Little Rock, Ark.
Doinsps *T tlie Afro-Americana in the
Capitol of Arkansag, Done up In Small
But Delectable Morsels for Dainty
JDelvers In the World oi News.'
The ladies dote on Mr. Hamilton.
Mr. Hamilton is quite a ''ladies' man."
Mr. Jim Hill is "onto" all the late
Mr. Ingram of Ft. Smith is a vi itor
in our city.
Rumor whispers of twoweddings with
in a few days.
Mr. Will Gillam was a visitor to St
Louis the past week.
We are having delightful weather, all
suushlny'and spring like.
Mr. Louis Doyle, saddle and harness
maker, is kept quite busy.
We are glad to see Mrs. Ida Jordan
looking the picture of he ilth.
We are glad to see Mrs. G. C. Clark
looking as well and cheerful as ever.
Mr. Geo. Conway is one of our most
gentlemanly and efficient ilicemen.
Miss Lena Brown has returned from
an extended visit to Waukesha and Chi
Bethel A. M. E. church is to be com-
pi mented on the excellence
Prof. Crump's Sring Band favored us
with a delightful serenade. Come again
Little. Rjck has many pretty ladies
whose names should be enrolled in the
Mrs. J. O. W. Alexander exhibits to
friends some lovely artificial fl jwers, her
The entertainment given by tbe Mili
tary Club was largely attended and en
ye by all.
Mr. McKoin of St Liuis visited our
city this week, and was the fciiest of Mr.
W. A. Rector.
Mr. Will Cummings was sadly missed
by the ladies at the last meeting of the
Mr. D. A. Hall has been on the sick
list we are glad to see him in his accus
tomed place again.
Mr. Ed. MOTris has just completed a
handsome new residence with all the
While in our city, when you want a
good shave or hair cut, call on Mr. Root
Armstrong, W. 5th street.
We are sorry to note the continu ill
health of Mrs. Lioa Jackson. Mrs. Jor
dan is untiring in her services and devo
tion to her.
Mr. London Walker's fiends adviee
him to hang a slate upon his door to in
form them of his whereabouts, whether
in the city or out.
Mr Hayward Brvantbids fair to be
come a first class photographer. We
wete shown some of his work, which
was very nicely done.
He Knew a Wood Thing:.
In some of the mountain districts of
the South anything in the way of amuse
ments, outside of campmeeting, a politi
cal debate, and neighborhood gatherings
is extremely rare. Once in a few years
a circus wandersthat way, and the peo
ple come miles to see it, bringine the
whole family. These people are not
blase with entertainmenttheir appre
ciation of what pleases and interests them
mountaineer that on coming out of the
afternoon performence of a good circus,
he remarked "That war a crackin' good
show. I brung Sal and all the young uns
nine of 'em. Sold my cook stove to
raise ther money, and by gosh, if the
show comes hyar next year, if I have
'nuther cookstove then, I'll sell that, and
go ag'in The Tennesseean was not the
only man who knows a good thing when
he sees it. Thousands of people in the
Northwestall over tbe country, in fact,
know "The Burlington" for a good
road, and tbe pToof is that it is the pop
ular line to Chicago and St. Louis from
ail points in the Mississippi Valley. For
tickets, maps and rates apply to your lo
cal agent, or address W. J*. Kenyon,
Gen. Pass. Agent. C.,B. & N. R. R. St.
Caught Floating on the News Om
rent and Steered Into
Omr Office by oar Army of Correspond***
at all Points of the Compass, Care
folly Condensed for Hasty
There is a Colored laboring man in At
chinson, Kins who wears a pair of ear
rings with flash diamonds in them.
The doctors say that Katie Cole, a Col
ored girl of 18, who dropped dead Sun
day in a street of Pottstown, Pa., died
from the effects of tight lacing.
Robt. Jordan was hanged at Hampton,
Va., last Friday, for a criminal assault
on Mrs. Moore, la9t June. Mrs. Moore
subsrquently became a raving maniac.
Blind Boone, the great Afro-American
pianist, has been engaged for a forty
week's tour in Canada, next season, for
whjch he is to receive $12,000 clear of all
C. S. Wesley, an Afro- American, re
cently passed tbe civil service examina
tion at Louisville, Ky., at the bead of a
class of 61, of which only 9 pissed.
Wesley's average was 84.
Paul du Chaillu the noted traveller
and African explorer, is a little brown
man with flashing black eyes, smooth,
bronze face and a hea'l as bald es a ba
by's. He is a CDnfirmed old bachelor.
Harris Martii., the "Black Peail"
fought a fight to a finish with Paddy
Gorman, tbe Australian heavy weight,
for a purse of $1000 at the Pacific dlub,
San Francipco, Monday night, Gdrman
was counted out in the fourth round.
The hfctle village of Groveland, Mass.,
has neen furnished food for gossip by
the marriage last Thursday of one of its
oldest and best known white citizens,
Wm. Edwardp, to Mis. Mary Louise Be
tiers, an Afro-American widow of Balti
The Gilmer R.fles, an Afro-American
Militia Co. of Mobile, Ala., is sai I to be
the finest company in the South. After
putting the boys through a most rigid in
spection lecertly, Col. Price Williams,
Jr of the 1st Alabama Stste troops,
said that it was the moBt satisfactory in
spection he ever conducted.
At the Irish-American convention
held at Springfield, III., last week the
following resolution was unanimously
"We congratulate oar Colored brethren on their
progress education, thrift and industry, and we
demend that wherever their legal residence may
be. North or South, there they shall be enabled
to cast their ballots and to ha\e them honestly
Last Saturday, Lee Green, an Afro
American aged nineteen, murdered the
family of farmer Lowe, near Queen City,
Texas, his object being to prevent the
discovery of a robbery of $60. He was
arrested and jailed. Monday morning a
mob composed of whites and Afro-Am
ericans, appeared at the jail, took the
accused to the scene of his crime when
he confessed his guilt. He was chained
to a tree, wood was placed around him
and he was burned to death. An old
Colored woman lighted tbe fire.
GRAND DUCHESS WITB 3Wii.fc.ItO BI*0*t.
The Czar Admits the Countess Merenberg
To The Romanoff Circle.
Berlin, Oct. 25The pardon and res
toration of the Grand Duke Michael,
cousin to the czar, and the consequent
recognition of his marriage to the Coun
tess Merenberg, admits to the exclusive
circle of the Romanoff court a lady who
has Uegro blood in her veins, and who
is the daughter of a noted divorcee, but
who is also considered one of tbe most
beautiful women in Europe. The grcnd
duchess is a descendent of the Russian
poet, Pushkin, who was himself des
cended from a full-blooded Negro, a fav
orite of Peter the Great. The grand
duke gets back his military commands,
his civil allowance and all his titles and
dignities. The Czar is said to have med
itated this step ever since the death of
the grand duke's mother, which was di
rectlv caused by the Czar's harshness
toward her eon Yazoo City, Miss.
Mr. Thomas McBeth was in the city
Mr. Walker of Greenville is visiting
At the laying of the corner stone of the
A. M. E, chnrch, Rev. O. H. Thon a
delivered an address. ta amrunt
raised, $575. Rev. Danger field, petto.
The question, "Who have done the
most for the world, men or women?"
wag discussed by the M. C. A.
W. Linon, affirmative J. H. Keys, neg
ative. The negative won and tbe ladies
lost their case.
XPERIENCE is the best schoolmaster of
advertising, but the school fees are somewhat heavy, and
one had better buy expert talent it is cheaper.ProJU
A POINTER-TRY THE APPEAL.
$2.00 PER YEAR
fhe World's Fair City as Viewed by
The Appeal Man.
compilation of Number of Happom
wg among the Afro-Amerteaas
f the Second City or this
Olorlons TJnf oo.
Mrs Emma White of Detroit is in the
Miss Birdie Hilton left Tuesday for
Mr. F. L. Hamilton has returned tc
Mrs. S. Laing Williams is visiting ra
Mrs. G. Alexander of J527 State street,
is quite ill.
Mrs. G. w. Ellison has remove I to
4946 Dearborn St.
Messrs. Anderson and James Morgan
left Monday for St. Louis.
It is rumored that Ligan Webb won
$700 at Garfield Park Monday.
Constable J. Q. Grant has returned
from his recent visit to Kentucky.
Prof. C. W S Walker is the guest of
Mrs. Coleman, 2820 Dearborn street.
Mrs. Martha Wilson a well known and
highly respected citizen died Wednes
Mrs. Will Careon has returned from
Pennsylvania where she has been to see
Mr Lawrence Oliver of Montreal is in
the city for a month's stay, tbe guest of
Mr. Banks Cross.
Mr. Charlie Lett who has been visiting
his parents at Lancaster, O has re
turned to the city.
Mrs. John A. Puryear of Indianapolis
is in the city the guest of her sister Mrs.
G. W. Ellison, 4946 Dearborn St.
Mr. John Coleman and Miss Minnie
Henderson were quietly married by
Rev. T. W. Henderson, Monday night.
Mr. \*m,J.Craig who attended the
sixth annual convention of the Brother
hood of St. Andrew at St, Louis has le
Mrs. Barbara Htwkins, mother of Mr.
Edward Hawkins who has been on the
sick list for the past two weeks, is muck
Mr. Julius Avendorph, the young
man who was appointed messenger to
the election commissioners, has been
promoted -4o~-a-eferkship with a noafc
raise in salary.
Mr. D. D. Talbert, one of tbe foremost
business men of Michigan City, Ind
spent a few days in the city lastweek as
the guest of Mrs. Mary E, Dixon, 2728
Invitations are out annontcirg the
marnaueof Miss Mary Magdalene An
derson to Mr. Wilham Henry Green,
Tuesday, November 17th at St. Thomas
Mr. Chas. S. Butler of San Francisco,
passed through tbe city Sunday enroute
to Washington, He was entertain at
dinner by Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Zlliner
217 Plymouth place.
Dr. Charles E. Bentley read a paper
'Dental Education" before tbe Illinois
Dental Sooiety at Klein Thursday. I
was the special order and only paper
read at the morning session. This is
quite complimentary to our Afro-Amer
ican dentist and may be taken as evi
dence that merit is recognized wherever
found Dr. Bentley is a credit to tbe
profession, being one of the ablest yonng
men in it in our city and Chicago may
well be proud of him
Mr Walter Plummer is again at the
Portland Hotel, his former stand.
Mrs. Julia Whitfield, after a week's
illness, is again among her friends.
Bethel church will give a concert some/
time during next month for tbe benefit
of said church.
The chicken pie and oyster supper gi
ven at Bethel church last Tuesday even
ing was a success.
Rev. T. Brown of on church preach
ed an able sermon at the Y. M. C. A.
rooms on last Sabbath.
Dame Rumor has it that Mr. Tipton,
of the Portland Hotel, will go East some
time during next month to remain.
Presiding Elder Green was at Bethel
church Sunday and held love feast in.
the morning and gave sacrament in tber
Th^ old lady, Mrs. Scott, who has been
at the hospital for tbe last fourteen
months, is again out and was at love
feast Sunday morning.
The Zion Ladies Aid Society will give
a social at Columbus hall, on Friday eve.
October 23d. All are invited towcome
and a illy good time is expected Mrs.
Julia Green, pres.. Mrs. Josie Cowes,
A pleasant surprise was given ttev. G.
C. Clark at his residence on last Tuesday
evening, headed by Mr. Robert Airings
ton, Mrs. Robinson, Mrs Kelcy, Mrs*
Martin, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Johnson. Mrs..
Ford, Mrs. Fulhiove, Messrs. Jones.
Stewart, Booth and others.
A very quiet little wedding took place
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Robinson on 11th street on Wednesday
afternoon, October 21st, at 3 o'clock.
The contracting parties were Mr. J. T.
Romans of the Portland Hotel and Mu-a
Eld Outcalt, formerly of Kansas City,
Mo. Only a few friends wereprestht.
THB APPKAL joins with their many
friends in wishing Mr. and Mra. Romans/
along and happy life.